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April 10, 2018

Rudiger Suchsland’s cinematic essay ‘Hitler’s Hollywood’ examines films produced during Nazi-era Germany. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Who are the  jerks taking advantage of Stan Lee in his old age? What comic book villains is Nicolas Cage interested in playing? Whatever happened to Jeff Wadlow‘s developing X-Force movie? Why can’t Disney use the Marvel brand name in their own theme parks? Which comic book storyline would Anthony …

The movie is switching release dates with fellow Studio 8 film ‘Alpha.’ read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

On the April 10, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about A Quiet Place 2, HBO’s pay gap, Foundation, Star Wars, Westworld, a new J.R.R. Tolkien novel, and two upcoming movies starring Dave Bautista. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular …

There was a time when being an astronaut was the dream of many Americans. However, all of the talk was about putting the first person in space, and all of the astronauts being sent up in rockets and landing on the moon were men. But there were plenty of women …

If the purpose of festivals is to showcase groundbreaking creators and their ideas, it’s no wonder Iranian debut “Ava“ has garnered awards and praise on its journey through North America. The assured feature from director Sadaf Foroughi imp…

Once upon a time, Jennifer Morrison starred as the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming. Now, she directs a feminist revisionist take on fairy tales in the fantasy anthology series Fabled. The Fabled trailer promotes the first episode of the new anthology series, directed by Morrison and starring Zosia Mamet and Gugu …

“We want to take it back for the fans.” Sony has released the first red band trailer for Zak Knutson’s indie comedy Supercon. Yes, this is as bad as it sounds, so don’t be surprised. Supercon stars comedian Russell Peters as a former TV actor named Keith Mahar, who is bored of going from convention to convention. So he teams up with his other semi-famous friends and tries to get banned from the convention. The full cast includes Ryan Kwanten, Maggie Grace, Mike Epps, Brooks Braselman, Clancy Brown, and John Malkovich (crazy enough). This looks upsettingly absurd and potentially amusingly, but I’m not so sure. It seems like they went totally overboard trying to mock cosplay and conventions, and it doesn’t look that fun. Here’s the official red band trailer (+ green band) for Zak Knutson’s Supercon, direct from YouTube: Another weekend, another comic convention for former TV actor Keith Mahar (Peters). Most people don’t recognize Keith. His only claim to fame …